Capacity Building Workshop | New Delhi: Why Impact Measurement Matters and How to Successfully Track it

The Lotus Temple is located in New Delhi, India
The Lotus Temple is located in New Delhi, India
Monday 11 March 2024 | 9:30 - 17:00 | Hyatt Regency New Delhi
Days

Who can attend:

DEANS & ASSOCIATE DEANS

BUSINESS SCHOOL MANAGERS & PROGRAMME DIRECTORS

PROFESSORS & LECTURERS

BUSINESS SCHOOL FACULTY (STAFF ONLY)

As the call for more impact focused business education grows, business schools are increasingly trying to understand and measure their impact on their stakeholders. All to often, however, schools lack a coherent strategy and measurement tools to understand and act on the impact they are having. With this capacity building workshop, BGA is bringing business schools together for a workshop on how they can build focused impact metrics, and how these can then be used to successfully improve the programmes and activities of the business school. Attendees can expect to work closely in groups with other business schools based in India to learn and collaborate with each other.

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  • Schools can expect to learn how to:

    • Understand the importance of impact metrics and how they can drive value to the institution and its stakeholders
    • Build and measure impact using the BGA Continuous Impact Model
    • Decipher the results of the impact metrics and use them for continuous improvement
    • Leverage the impact metrics to create a unique value proposition and focused objectives for the business school

Workshop programme

10:00 — 10:30

Registration and refreshments

12:00 — 13:00
13:00 — 14:00

Lunch

14:00 — 15:00

Amit Sareen, Dean (Academics), Institute of Management Technology Ghaziabad

16:00 — 16:30

Refreshments and networking

Meet the speakers

Amit Sareen

Dean (Academics)
IMT Ghaziabad

Currently Working as Dean (Academics) at IMT Ghaziabad.

Earlier worked in the role of Director and Professor at a leading business school. Involved in Academic administration, Financial Control, Budgeting, Operational Planning, Faculty & Staff Management and Deployment, International and National Accreditation, Quality Assurance Processes, Admissions Process, Marketing and Branding, Ranking, Industry Interface, Development of MDPs, and AICTE & NBA related compliances.

Also responsible for Development of New Courses and Programs, Guiding Academic Research and Learning Outcomes and Teaching and Research in the areas of Strategic Management, International Business, Cross Cultural Management, Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Also led adoption of case based teaching pedagogy with extensive usage of Harvard Business School & Ivey cases across the academic program. Have been the Chair/Member of various International Accreditation Site Visit teams across several countries.

Andrew Main Wilson

CEO
AMBA & BGA

Andrew Main Wilson

Andrew is Chief Executive of AMBA & BGA. AMBA accredits 291 Business Schools in 75 countries and provides membership to 60,000 MBA students and graduates in 150 countries.  

Andrew was Chairman of United Nations PRME (Principles for Responsible Management Education) for three years, from 2016 to 2018. He commenced his career with Thomson Holidays (now TUI), then the world’s largest travel tour operator.  

He became Marketing and Commercial Director of Thomas Cook and then Sales and Marketing Director of Citibank Diners Club. He subsequently joined the Institute of Directors (IoD) as Chief Operating Officer.  

He has interviewed more than 100 of the world’s most influential leaders in the fields of business, politics, sport, and entertainment, including Bill Gates, Baroness Thatcher, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Jack Welch, Sir Richard Branson, and Sir David Attenborough. Andrew has also visited 178 of the world’s 200 countries, on a global journey to become the first person to visit all 200 countries and tell the story, in images and words, of the most inspiring travel experiences on Earth.  

Anupama Gupta

Associate Professor and Department Chair- Management & Society
S.P. Jain Institute of Management & Research (SPJIMR)

Anupama is an academician, researcher, and administrator with 20 years of corporate and academic experience. Her doctoral degree is in area of International Business from Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi. She has handled various administrative roles in education management of department/programs, industry and alumni affairs, consultancy, and projects for academic institutions. Anupama has a dual responsibility in her present position at SPJIMR, a leading B-school in Mumbai, as a Director for the Accreditation and Rankings cell and as Department Chair for Management and Society. She also heads ADMAP, a course on Experiential Learning, that focuses on development of Administrative and Managerial Skills. As a part of her corporate stint. She has managed international apparel sourcing business for some key international brands.  

Anupama has several research papers, book chapters and case studies to her credit and has also presented her research works at various international conferences. Her current research interests include Sustainability, SDGs, and Education Management. 

Victor Hedenberg

Membership Director
AMBA & BGA

Victor is the membership director at AMBA & BGA, responsible for the growth of the business school and student & graduate networks, as well as the services and benefits business school receive upon joining. Having joined AMBA & BGA in 2016, Victor has been involved in numerous successful projects including the AMBA Development Network (ADN), the launch of the Business Graduates Association and its membership and accreditation offering, and the enhancement of the student and graduate membership services offered to AMBA & BGA’s 65,000+ members. He has a strong passion for entrepreneurial management education that emphasises out-of-the-box thinking and responsible management principles.

Victor is a Swedish national educated at Hillsdale College in the US. He holds a degree in economics and business administration. 

Venue

Hyatt Regency New Delhi

This BGA Capacity Building workshop will be taking place at:

Hyatt Regency New Delhi
Bhikaiji Cama Place
Ring Road
New Delhi – 110066
Delhi
India

Located in the heart of New Delhi, the hotel provides easy access to Indira Gandhi International Airport. Explore hotel parking and transportation options by clicking here.

Register here:

This event is exclusively intended for business school leaders and faculty members. Students, graduates, and business representatives are not permitted to attend. We enforce a rigorous validation process, and participation requests from ineligible individuals will be declined.

This workshop is provided free of charge, however, please note that it is limited to 50 participants
and only those who register first will be guaranteed a space.

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Want to get in touch?

For questions about BGA membership, please contact:

Victor Hedenberg

Membership Director

Victor

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